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Diljani To Churma Ladoo: Lesser-known Rajasthani Sweets Apart From Ghewar

Doodhiya kheech is a regional festive delicacy made from overnight soaked pounded whole wheat cooked with milk and sugar.

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Mishri ki Roti is made from ghee, sugar, and maida, is rolled, cut, and decorated with kesar, edible colors, cardamom, rose petals, and nuts.

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Besan ki Chakki, also known as Besan ki Barfi, is a gram flour-based dish made by kneading besan with ghee and water, forming balls, deep-frying, and breaking into small pieces.

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Diljani is a delightful blend of flavours and textures, combining boondi and orange juice for a delightful experience.

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Guna is wheat flour dough that is kneaded with ghee, sugar, and elaichi, then rolled, cut, and coiled into spirals. Deep-fried and soaked in warm syrup.

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Rajasthani churma ladoo, a popular dish made from whole wheat flour, jaggery, ghee, grated coconut, and sesame seeds, is served in a convenient ladoo form called Dade ka Churma, made by sifting flour.

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Mawa Kachori, originating in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, is a sweet, sour, crunchy ball of maida filled with dry fruits, khoa, and Indian spices.

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